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color-code matches: default mode: auto-navigation: Save Cancel Word Count: words Percentage: % or Cancel preferences Help Turnitin Originality Report Processed on: 06-28-10 1:42 AM CDT ID: 141443779 Word Count: 1242 Submitted: 1 community policing By Dana Dutch Similarity Index 37% What's this? Similarity by Source Internet Sources: 37% Publications: 4% Student Papers: N/A exclude quoted exclude bibliography exclude small matches download refresh print mode: 13% match (Internet from 5/16/10) 7% match (Internet) 7% match (Internet from 6/14/10)
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View Full DocumentRight Arrow Icon 4% match (Internet from 11/10/08) 4% match (Internet from 6/27/10) 1% match (Internet from 4/23/09) 1% match (Internet from 11/24/09) 1% match (Internet from 11/14/08) Community and Problem Solving Policing CJS 210 Axia College of University of Phoenix The relationship between police and the community is extremely important. To have a trusting relationship between the two gives our communities a sense of security. The police deal with problems that most of us are not aware of on a daily basis. Their job is to serve and protect our communities. In doing that there are problems and struggles police face and by having the communities support help make our streets safe. Reducing crime and improving quality of life is the goal. In order to make that happen there must be problem-solving tactics and strategies to improve. Some believe that community policing and problem-solving policing the to use in policing our nation. What Is Community Policing? Community policing is a philosophy that promotes organizational strategies, which support the systematic use of partnerships and problem-solving techniques, to proactively address the immediate conditions that give rise to public safety issues such as crime, social disorder, and fear of crime. The philosophy is predicated on the belief that achieving these goals requires that police departments develop a new relationship with the law-abiding people in the community, allowing them a greater voice in
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